On Sep 6, 10:43 pm, email@example.com wrote:
A 1/4" radius (1/2"wide cut) if not plunged to full depth?
If you need the full 5mm depth, than none of my catalogues (on-line
and in my office) have one.
Royce-Ayr will make you one for a reasonable price.
Yes, the 5mm depth is critical, as I need to produce a 10mm hole
precisely centered in two glued-up pieces of wood. A twist drill
wanders too much...I need to be within a couple thousandths/" and I
just can't do that (repeatably) on a drill press. It just occurred to
me that I can router the "hole" before the glue-up, and it will
actually solve several problems at the same time.
Thank you for pointing me to Royce Ayr, I've never heard of them
before. If I don't find the bit over the weekend, I'll contact them
On Fri, 07 Sep 2007 05:03:54 -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Unless you're a lot better with a router than most here, I can't see it being
nearly as accurate as a brad point drill in a drill press..
Isn't that what they make drill presses for?
Please remove splinters before emailing
Good morning Jay,
While not a box core bit, you can get 10 mm router bits from:
A quick check shows they have several different bits with different spiral
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